LSD's Long, Strange Trip | Retro Report | The New York Times

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In the 1960s, mind-altering drugs like LSD helped fuel the counter-culture. Today, psychedelics are turning on a new generation - of scientists.

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LSD might have started in the laboratory but it is coming back in research facilities. The positive effects of LSD are now being researched in universities around the world. It all started as a subculture in the 1960's.

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